Want to stop sharing a calendar from the Mac? Maybe you’re trying to remove someone from your shared calendar? Removing someone from your iCloud calendar is as easy as sharing it using Apple’s Calendar app, and of course you can stop sharing a calendar completely too.
Are you looking to share your calendar with a lot of people from a Mac? In that case, adding those users to your shared calendar one by one can be a hassle. In such instances, you can make use of the Public Calendar feature that the Calendar app on macOS has to offer.
Do you want to share your work schedule and upcoming meetings with a colleague? Or perhaps, you want to plan on events together? This can be done easily by sharing your calendar from your Mac.
Did you change your mind on a calendar that you’re sharing using your iPhone or iPad? Perhaps, you want to remove one or more people who have access to your shared calendar? It’s pretty easy to stop sharing a Calendar within the Calendar app of iOS and iPadOS.
You may be familiar with calendar sharing on your iPhone and iPad. However, if you’re looking to share a calendar with more than just a few people, there’s a better way to do it. It turns out that you can use the Public Calendar feature to make a calendar accessible to a large group of … Read More
Did you know that you can have multiple calendars, for different purposes? The Mac Calendar app makes it easy to help manage your schedule by adding and deleting calendars.
If you use the stock Calendar app on to schedule meetings, birthdays, and manage events, you’ll be pleased to know that you can also set and customize custom alert times for these events on your iPhone and iPad.
Want to add events to your Calendar through Apple’s HomePod or the HomePod Mini? If you’re completely new to smart speakers, you may have trouble figuring out how to get some simple tasks done, like marking events on your calendar, adding reminders, or anything else really.
The Calendar app on iPhone and iPad is incredibly useful, but if you are new to the platform or just haven’t bothered to use it much yet, you might be wondering how you can add and delete events from Calendar on your device. Fortunately, managing Calendar events in iOS and iPadOS is quite simple.
Did you add your appointments or other events in the wrong calendar on your iPhone or iPad? If so, you can easily move or copy them using the Calendar app on iOS and iPadOS.
Do you use the stock Calendar app to keep track of your schedule, appointments, and other events? If so, you’ll be pleased to know that you can have more than just one calendar for various purposes within the same app. With multiple calendars, you can keep your private and work schedules neatly organized and separated. … Read More
Do you have multiple calendars for different purposes on your Mac? If you want to remove some of the unwanted calendars, but still keep the events or move them, you can merge the calendars within a matter of seconds.
Do you want to save, export, or print the calendars stored on your iPhone and iPad as a PDF file? Thankfully, with the PDF Calendar app that’s available on the App Store, this is a fairly simple and straightforward procedure.
Don’t want to see dozens of holidays on the Calendar for Mac? You can easily disable the Holiday Calendar in the Mac Calendar app. By turning off the Holiday Calendar, you will no longer see the broad array of religious holidays, cultural holidays, national holidays, political holidays, and other holidays on the Calendar app for … Read More
A wide variety of Holidays are shown on the Calendar of iPhone and iPad by default, including many religious holidays, cultural holidays, secular holidays, national holidays, and traditional holidays. If you do not want these Holidays showing on iPhone or iPad Calendar app, you can easily hide them by removing the Holiday Calendar in iOS … Read More
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could schedule the Dark Mode theme to enable itself automatically on your Mac, perhaps in the evening hours, and on a recurring schedule? That’s exactly what this tutorial is going to show you how to do, without needing to download or use any third party apps.
If you use the Calendar app on Mac and iOS, your calendar events will seamlessly sync between all Apple devices using the same Apple ID. While the iPhone and iPad have easy ways to display a Calendar in List View from iOS, the Mac doesn’t have the same simple toggle functionality to see a list … Read More
Are you having a busy day, and wondering what is next on your Calendar agenda? Maybe you forgot when that appointment is tomorrow? Or perhaps you’re wondering if you’re free next Tuesday for a meeting at a specific time? You can ask Siri to tell you, utilizing the virtual assistant as a little personal assistant … Read More